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Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau Adds to Sales Force with 25-Year Hotel Industry Veteran
2019-06-13 :: The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau, the region’s primary destination marketing organization, aims to increase corporate sales by expanding its team with the hiring of new Senior Sales Manager of Corporate Markets Stephanie Rork.
Free, Interactive Guide to Local Summer Fun at Fountain Square, May 6
Only 16 school days stand between students in Cincinnati Public Schools and summer break, which means it’s time for some fun. Start planning for summer and experience the Cincinnati region like a tourist at the Cincy Staycation Showcase on Monday, May 6 at Fountain Square. Nearly 40 local attractions and events will feature interactive opportunities like trivia, selfie stations, games, photos with local mascots, prizes, giveaways and more.
Civic Leaders to Seek Proposals for New Convention Center Hotel
2019-04-29 :: Leaders from Hamilton County, the City of Cincinnati, Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB), The Port and Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC) gathered earlier today to formally announce that they would jointly send out a request for proposals for the development of a new, upscale Convention Center Hotel to be built at the site of the 5th & Plum Parking Lot. 3CDC will lead the search for a hotel developer, working in conjunction with The Port and CVB, and with the support of County and City leaders.
Cincinnati to Host First-Ever Tabital Pulaaku Assembly, April 27-28, 2019
2019-04-05 :: One of Africa’s largest ethnic groups – the Fulani community – will host its first-ever North American assembly in the Cincinnati region on April 27, 2019 with the Tabital Pulaaku Americas International Meeting. The event is expected to draw more than 600 international attendees to generate awareness about the Fulani culture, and is free and open to the public.
Cincinnati selected to host major international Indian event over Labor Day Weekend
2019-03-26 :: Cincinnati has been selected as the host site for an international celebration of Indian culture with the NAVIKA 5th Annual World Kannada Summit, set for Aug. 30 through Sept. 1, 2019. The event, expected to draw nearly 2,500 attendees from around the world, is a celebration of culture from the Indian state of Karnataka, where ‘Kannada’ is the primary language. This marks the first time the event will be held in Ohio.
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